This play revolves around a gas man leaving a bomb in the wine cellar of the house he serviced. He brags about it to his old mother drinking the wine he stole from the family's basement. Galsworthy's works dealt with social class, upper-middle class lives in particular. Although constantly sympathetic to his characters, he exposes their snobbish, somewhat greedy attitudes and suffocating moral codes.
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